Video editing on smartphone or tablet is not a new issue. There have been a number of options available for it on both Android and iOS. Among them, Adobe is one of the first big giants to bring their video editing app to Google Play. With so many professionals using Premiere Pro, the mobile app Premiere Clip is predicted soon to be popular.
Premiere Clip is the first video editor Adobe brought to Google’s platform
Adobe has proved its ambition to invest more on this section with its suite of Creative Cloud apps leading the way. Now, the company has been starting to stay focus on Android with the launch of Premiere Clip, the first video editor it brought to Google’s platform. Being one of the company’s latest applications, it is first debuted on iOS. In fact, Premiere Clip on Android shares a lot of similarities to the version on iOS, which launched around this time last year. Its feature is automatically making videos from media stored on your smartphone or tablet (among other things), which can then be shared to Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
Not only is this video editor easy to use but it is also surprisingly capable that lets you assemble clips, adjust their look, and put music over them. Aside from allowing users distribute saved videos on social media, you can also polish those on the desktop with Adobe Premiere Pro CC — though you’ll need a subscription for the latter feature. For those who don’t want to do much editing themselves, the app can also automatically put together videos, matching your clips up to one of its built-in background tracks. The spotlight of Premiere Clip is that it’s free. In general, it will be a good option for anyone to make a video in a pinch which could help to hook people on Adobe‘s services.
Premiere Clip is automatically making videos from media stored on your smartphone or tablet
Identical to iOS, some of Clip‘s most impressive features come from its integration with other Adobe apps. It can pull in visual looks you’ve created using Adobe Capture, letting you easily apply custom color grading to clips. Notice that you don’t have to subscribe to Creative Cloud service to use Premiere Clip, it is still free, however to take advantage of all their features like CreativeSync, you will need to subscribe to Creative Cloud to get syncs fonts, files, and so much more. You can easily save your work from Premiere Clip and open it up on Premiere Pro on your desktop, whether that’s Windows or OS X, all you need is a Creative Cloud account. Making it simple to take your project anywhere, and work on it at any time.
This debut on Android is considered as a strategic step for Adobe. Even though there’s no major feature updates in this release of Clip (it received a major update last month on iOS), Adobe has put many efforts to make mobile tools that are as critical for creating video as its desktop apps. Adobe still has a lot of other apps on iOS, which seems to be more of a testing ground, but now Android users won’t be left out from using the mobile version of one of its biggest apps. The Adobe Premiere Clip app is supported with Android 4.4 and higher.